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Water coming back into bosch dishwasher

After cycle finishes fine mre water than usual in bottom of tub. cleaned filters and impeller and no obstructions. emptied water out of bottom, turned off water source and couple of hours later more water in the bottom again. any ideas???

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Check the drain hose that goes into sink cabinet. It should loop up as high as it can go so that water from the sink or disposal doesn't siphon back into dw.

Posted on Apr 09, 2015

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2015

    have already done that and have alos checked for blockages in sink drains and nothing.

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